IN THIS CHAPTER
A few years ago, a common question often asked of people in the business community was “Do you have a web page?” Back then, having a presence on the Web often meant having a single page or a small group of unrelated pages filled with trivial information.
Today websites are made up of much more than a single page. They frequently contain pages that interact with databases, forms that users can use to post messages or send messages to the website’s owner, and other interactive features.
An ASP.NET website is often referred to as a web application. ...